Sheffield student ‘excited’ to see work on show

Emma Bartholomew, who attends Sheffield's Longley Park Sixth Form College, will have her work displayed at the Rotary Club of Abbeydale's annual exhibition
Emma Bartholomew, who attends Sheffield's Longley Park Sixth Form College, will have her work displayed at the Rotary Club of Abbeydale's annual exhibition
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The work of a talented A Level art student in Sheffield has been picked to appear as part of an exhibition.

Emma Bartholomew, who attends Sheffield’s Longley Park Sixth Form College, is among a number of creative students from across the city who will have their work displayed at the Rotary Club of Abbeydale’s annual exhibition.

Emma Bartholomew, who attends Sheffield's Longley Park Sixth Form College, will have her work displayed at the Rotary Club of Abbeydale's annual exhibition

Emma Bartholomew, who attends Sheffield's Longley Park Sixth Form College, will have her work displayed at the Rotary Club of Abbeydale's annual exhibition

Taking place at the city’s Millennium Galleries, the art display will also include the work of former Longley Park students; Palavasha Mokhtari, Mohammad Rustom, Jessie Drabble, Asma Albatati and Sabrina Martin.

Emma said: “I’m so surprised my work has been chosen when so many other students across Sheffield are involved. This is a fantastic opportunity to have work recognised and I am excited about seeing it being presented.”

The exhibition is supported by the Dutton International and Sheffield Decorative and Fine Art Society.